In House Alloy Wheel Refurbishment
Our state-of-the-art equipment produces amazing results all with a tailored personal service. We have a team of experts using this machinery to make sure your repairs are of the highest quality. Wheels are stripped back to raw metal form before they begin their journey around the powder coat system, enabling us to replicate an OEM finish on your alloy wheels.
From colour finishes or just preparing them for our CNC diamond cut process or even changing them completely by designing your very own bespoke finish, all produced in-house!
Mobile Alloy Wheel Refurbishment
Our Mobile Alloy Wheel Repair units are installed with state-of-the-art equipment which allows us to complete a top-quality refurbishment of your alloys. We have highly skilled technicians and the necessary tools to remove all kerb damage and repair your wheel back to their former glory. The variety of paints in our vans allows us to match most factory colours, and if you wish we can even create a custom colour to make your vehicle stand out from the rest.
We’ll come to you and have all your wheels looking as good as they did when they first rolled off the forecourt. You can see some of our work by clicking ‘SHOW WORK’ or just chick the ‘Wheel Quote’ and we’ll be happy to advise you on what you need to do next.
Car Bodywork Repairs
Our car body repair service provides a professional and cost-effective way to repair all of those unsightly scuffs and scrapes to your paintwork. We use industry-standard paint systems to match all available colours. We can even scan the body of the car to ensure that we obtain the highest possible percentage colour match.
Damage is removed by using sanders and papers, colour is applied and sealed with a clear coat, and then the car is de-masked and polished where needed. The result is renewed bodywork back to its original finish.
Polishing & Detailing
A detailed machine polish will remove the microscopic scratches your car may develop from general road debris which has come into contact with your paintwork during a car wash or even wiping with a dirty sponge. Polishing can sometimes be confused with a general wax or T-Cut but unlike our service these products simply sit on the top of your paintwork when washed off any scratches that were covered by the wax or T-Cut will re-appear so you have to regularly re-apply to keep the car’s shine.
At Whoops, we use a complete three stage polishing process which step by step, reduces the top coat of the lacquer revealing a new unmarked surface in the paint. Based on the hours given to work on your car, we can guarantee a transformation and paint enhancement revealing its true shine. We can even protect this new enhancement by using sealants or ceramic polishes to ensure its longevity.
End Of Lease
Leasing is now a very popular way to own a new vehicle without the upfront cost of buying a new car. You pay a small deposit and then continued monthly payments and the new car can be on your drive in less than a week. The added benefit is that you don’t have to sell the vehicle on when its time for a replacement. Just keep up with your monthly payments and give the car back at the end of the term of contract.
It is here where most customers get caught out. You hand the car back and the finance company give it a strict condition examination. Inevitably there are small scuffs and scrapes to your wheels and bodywork and if this is not dealt with before you give it back you could end up with a hefty fine.
We pride ourselves on our quality of work therefore any job completed by us and painted over manufactures original paintwork is covered by a 12 month guarantee, this is providing all necessary measures have has been taken with looking after your Whoops repair ( wheel refurbishment please read wheel care statement ). If there are any problems with our repair or paint we promise to come back to you and to sort it out. It is our obligation to meet if not exceed your expectations so please don’t hesitate to call if for any reason you are not happy with our services.
Wheel Care Statement
Most wheels when manufactured are painted by a process called ‘powder coating’ . This requires huge ovens that reach temperatures exceeding 200 degrees and produce a coated surface similar to a ceramic on the alloy. The restrictions of being mobile means we have to paint the renewed surface using specialist wheel products. The result is strong and durable but more care is needed when washing and tyre removing.
1. Wash your wheels regulary so that break dust doesn’t build up onto the paint. Valeters will only try there hardest to power jet it off which can cause issues.
2. Jet wash should only be used no less than 1/2 meter away from wheel.
3. If the paint is broken (wheel is kerbed) only sponge wash and rinse. Do not jet wash.
4. Take care when changing tyres and use a respected tyre fitter that has contactless removal tools.